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How would you define your relationship with your body? Join bestselling cookery author, personal trainer and presenter Roz Purcell and her guests who get frank about their personal and ever-changing journeys towards self love and acceptance. As the body positivity movement takes full flight, Bite Back puts pleasure back on your plate, exploring why numbers on a scale doesn’t and shouldn’t define us, and how amazing our bodies really are.
 
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In this special episode recorded live at Life Lessons Festival, Roz sits down with Honey Ross fat positive activist and founder of 'Girls Wank Too'. Honey talks about social media and curating a palpable place of self confidence online. Honey recounts what it was like to grow up in the public eye and face body critics from an early age. They discus…
 
Powerhouse, parent and figurehead for 'real' portrayals of life on Instagram, meet content queen Clemmie Telford. In the final episode of Season 1, Clemmie recounts the eye opening experience of seeing herself through the eyes of her children - realising that her negative self talk, constant weigh-ins and protectiveness towards her daughter being l…
 
As a familiar voice to many, Australian born 2FM radio presenter, Tara Stewart speaks to Roz this week about how she created her confidence. Tara discusses how empowering her relationship with her body has become since she has found her passion for self expression through fashion. Encouraging us all to wear what we want, Tara fills our headspace wi…
 
Award-winning filmmaker and lifestyle YouTuber Melanie Murphy joins Roz as she shares her journey with an eating disorder. As someone who has reached over sixty million people with her video content, Melanie talks about how she continues to promote a balanced relationship with food in her life in order to maintain a healthy body and mind.…
 
This week, Roz talks to Dr Hazel Wallace, aka The Food Medic, who shares her professional perspective on diet culture and the long term effect excessive dieting can have on our bodies. As a medical doctor, with a special interest in nutrition, Hazel helps empower us with the knowledge we need to understand how our bodies respond to these pressures.…
 
We live in an age of extreme online connectivity, yet this is often at the expense of positive internal dialogues. This week, Roz talks to Gerry Hussey, founder of Soul Space in Ireland. He explains how important it is for us to plant our feet firmly in the present to foster an inner connection with ourselves, and to establish a strong self image.…
 
From Instagram perfection to fad diets, Estée Lalonde opens up to Roz about her battle with self acceptance and how she rationalises social media whilst being in the limelight. Giving an incredibly personal account of life behind the likes, Estée and Roz shed home truths about how everyone is susceptible to low self worth, even when you look like y…
 
As a cancer survivor, Louise McSharry is passionate about spreading positivity about the body's capabilities, as she rebuilt her self love from the ground up. Having experienced firsthand fat phobia, Louise talks to Roz about dismantling diet culture and her steps towards self acceptance.By Rozanna Purcell
 
This week psychologist and curator of Food and Psych, Kimberley Wilson joins Roz to shed some light on the role food plays in our mental health, including disordered eating. Providing a professional insight into the behaviours that occur during this turbulent time, there is so much to learn when it comes to our emotional relationship with food. Thi…
 
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